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4-11-2008 @ 11:11AM
@Gazoo:I work 40 hours a week, I have a husband, a house that needs cleaned, a yard that needs mowed, and all the other fun stuff that comes from being a married landowner.Yes, I have spare time in the evenings. Yes, if I wanted to, I could "make the effort" and be at raids 3,4, even up to 5-6 nights a week. But.. at that point, isn't raiding sort of like a second job, just one that you don't get any money for?It isn't "being lazy." It's different priorities. I so happen to think that someone in your situation (a job and a social life) shouldn't be "wasting" their life raiding 6 nights a week, but I don't come on here and spout that kind of crap. In fact, if you took score, I'm betting that the casual crowd is overall much more polite and friendly than people like you, who seem to think you deserve a medal for spending all your free time playing a game.I think "Casual WoW" is a great way to unwind, especially if you are like my husband and I and schedule one night a week to do a 5-man with our RL friends (who live across town, and with whom we regularly do non-WoW things). I love the new dailies (I usually do them in the mornings before work, it's a fun way to wake up), they got my protection warrior a new sword and I'm about 5 days away from exalted and a new shield. All in all I think this patch has been great for us "casuals" and I'm pleased to see that Blizzard seems intent on producing more content in the same vein =)
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